Police Blotter: April 24-May 7
A missing van, a high-speed chase, and a special appearance by a Grizabella are only the half of it.
Last updated 5/15/2020 at 11:04am
“Parental supervision advised”
Officers contacted a man in his car in front of City Hall and resolved a parenting plan issue. The man’s soon-to-be ex-wife had refused to drop off his two children for his court-ordered visitation. This situation was settled after the mother was contacted and told that she would be charged with a crime for withholding the children.
Officers responded to a 36-year-old Mill Creek man’s home in the 1200 block Mill Creek Blvd for a vehicle theft report. He reported his cargo van had been stolen but didn’t know who did it.
A 22-year-old male Marysville man was slumped over in his vehicle in the 2800 block of 139th Place SE. When officers attempted to wake up the driver, he took off in his vehicle at a high rate of speed. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but it eluded police, and charges will be forwarded to the prosecutor’s office.
“Hit and run”
Police took a hit and run report in the 16300 block of Bothell‐Everett Highway.
“You can run but you can’t hide”
Officers responded to a trespass in the 3300 block of 132nd St. SE. When they arrived, officers found a 38-year-old Everett man smoking narcotics. Officers attempted to arrest the male, and a brief scuffle took place. The male took off running and was later apprehended a few blocks away. The male had an outstanding felony warrant and was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail for use of drug paraphernalia, evidence tampering, and resisting arrest.
“Lock your doors”
A 39-year-old Mill Creek man reported unknown suspect(s) had entered his unlocked vehicle and stolen his wallet in the 13600 block of 28th Dr. SE.
Officers responded to a verbal domestic in the 2100 block of 158 St. SE. Two roommates had a verbal argument.
“I like to ride my bicycle”
Officers responded to a report of stolen bicycles from a home in the 16100 block of Bothell‐Everett Hwy.
Officers responded to the 3200 block 132nd St. SE for a report of a naked subject taking clothing out of a donation box. Officers contacted a 36-year-old transient woman. During the investigation, the woman gave officers a false name and birthday. She was arrested and booked for identity theft.
“Time for a credit freeze”
Officers responded to a report of a cold fraud in the 15800 blk of 26th AVE SE. A 70-year-old Mill Creek man reported his identity was being used to open fraudulent credit accounts.
“Not my She Shed”
A victim reported that an equipment shed in the 1500 block of 136th St. SE was broken into and miscellaneous items were taken.
“Is that Grizabella?”
A stray cat was taken from the 2200 block of 137th Pl. SE to PAWS Animal Shelter.